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New York state awards $23M for transportation electrification initiatives

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New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced $23 million in funding and awards for transportation electrification initiatives in New York State. Also announced were two awards from funding offered in the first two rounds of the program awarded to improve fast charger access in other upstate New York areas.

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Hertz and New York City Launch “Hertz Electrifies New York City”

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During New York City Climate Week, Hertz CEO Stephen Scherr and New York City Mayor Eric Adams launched “Hertz Electrifies New York City,” a public-private partnership aimed at increasing electric vehicle adoption and extending the environmental and economic benefits of electrification across neighborhoods.

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New York City Transit to pilot Mobility House intelligent charge management

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The Mobility House has been selected by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to deploy its smart charging and energy management solution ChargePilot for New York City Transit (NYCT), the largest public bus fleet operator in the US.

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New York State adjusts EV rebate program, adds $30M

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An additional $30 million is now available through New York State’s Drive Clean Rebate program to encourage more consumers to lease or purchase an all-electric car or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Since 2010, more than 81,000 electric vehicles have been sold in New York State. New York City. REDC Region.

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Imperium3 New York produces its first full-sized prismatic cells

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Australia-based Magnis Energy Technologies Limited announced that Imperium3 New York (iM3NY) has produced its first full-sized prismatic cells ahead of schedule for limited testing and customer sampling in Q3 2021. The first cells were produced using manual settings to refine the product design for future automated production.

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Revel looks to use Tesla’s abandoned Supercharger sites in New York

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Electric ride-hailing company Revel sees Tesla’s abandoned Supercharger projects in New York as an opportunity, as it considers whether it should build out its own charging stations at the already-powered sites. The post Revel looks to use Tesla’s abandoned Supercharger sites in New York appeared first on TESLARATI.

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New York City Gets 500kW Charging Stations

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In a move that Reuters perhaps wrongly called the “fastest EV charger in US,” Gravity Mobility opened up some 500kW chargers to other companies in New York City. continued] The post New York City Gets 500kW Charging Stations appeared first on CleanTechnica.